Rewarding Full-time Fixed Term position available (Special Projects) until 31st December 2021 + Nurses and Midwives Agreement 2016-2020 + Classification dependent on experience (range $43- $48 per hour)Play an integral clinical support role in C-19 initiative as part of the Rapid Response TeamBenefit from on-going employee development, as well as exposure to a continuous improvement philosophyAbout the roleJoin the dynamic Rapid Response team as a Nurse where you will be responsible for performing and support screening and testing for COVID-19, providing high quality client care whilst practicing a high standard of Infection and Prevention Control. Within this role, you will be providing care and treatment including identification and management of acute illness and referrals or transport for tertiary care. In addition, you will support families and significant others to remain safe and adhere to isolation requirements as appropriate.Working closely with Nursing Assistants and other team members on the testing sites, you will provide supervision to such team members to ensue correct use of PPE and adherence to infection control measure, clinical workflows and OHS site requirements.Full Time Fixed Term opportunity (Special Projects). This position is classified under the Nurses And Midwives (Victorian Public Sector) (Single Interest Employers) Enterprise Agreement 2016-2020. This position will be based at various testing sites and will require you to be available on some weekends.  Some regional Victoria travel may be required to undertake Covid-19 testing.About youYou will be a Registered Nurse with demonstrated clinical experience within a GP or hospital environment. In addition, your working experience enables your capacity to work collaboratively with diverse communities providing social and mental health support. You will be possess a strong understanding in best practice infection prevention and control measure. You are a highly adaptive team player with the ability to work within fast paced environments. Experience within a COVID-19 testing environment will be advantageous.  Venipuncture skills and credentials will be highly regarded. Applications close on 26th October 2021To be considered for the role you must submit a Cover Letter, CV and response to the Key Selection Criteria outlined in the position description available on IPC Health's Careers page. Danielle SilerExecutive Lead0491 175 235Position description - Registered Nurse (Rapid Response Team) 40 AUD Melbourne